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Many thanks for the reply.I'm not sure there is a need to be left alone other than there maybe a stimulus overload if there is too much going on in the room.I still need to find some means of holding/restraining him. it is simply not practical to wait until he is calmed down. He needs to be washed and dressed and put in the car and taken to school. This has to be done and he fights at every stage. It is the same with brushing his teeth, cutting his hair, changing his nappy. He is just not able to tolerate any of this. I need to find a way of holding him with the minimum of discomfort and anxiety to him so i can get the job done.RegardsNick